Tuesday 27 July, 2021
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The Khaama Press News Agency
Gulabuddin Sukhanwar

Gulabdudin Sukhanwar, a writer and public speaker originally from Afghanistan, he now lives in Norway. He works at the House of Literature Trondheim, where he led the Literature for Inclusion initiative. Sukhanwar was an academic guest (2016-2017) at the Norwegian University of Science and Technology NTNU, where he studied English literature, now he pursued his education in cultural heritage‌ studies. Currently, he is also a member of the academic advisory team for literature at the Arts Council Norway.

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